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Brampton Things to Do

  • Make Jewellery - Blue Sapphire Bead...

    The Blue Sapphire Bead Boutique is a bead store that also has classes on how to make jewellery. They can accomodate almost any schedule. They keep their class sizes small - 1 to 4 people. It's easy to arrange a class for just yourself, or with a few friends. The class costs $20 (plus materials) and they'll teach you how to make just about anything...

  • Play Tennis - in the winter! ...

    Of course there are a number of outdoor public tennis courts scattered around Brampton, but in the winter, there's one tennis club that has a heated dome with 6 courts. If you're not a member there, it is a $10 daily guest fee, in addition to the hourly court fees. Chinguacousy Park also has a mini ski/snowbard learning hill, curling club, tobagan...

  • Go to the "beach" - Professor's Lake

    There's a 65 acre lake where a gravel pit used to be. It's nestled away in a residential area. There's a beach area where you can enjoy soaking up the rays, you can swim, use the foot paths to take a stroll, a bike ride or go rollerblading. There are quite a few neat fish that live in the lake.

  • Go skating - Gage Park

    They have a cute skating ring that goes round and round the gazebo. It's not big, but it looks kind of pretty and the rink is temperature controlled. It's in a nice looking area of Brampton. There are lovely mature trees in the area and nice large historic homes. On New Year's eve, they have fireworks there. In the summer, you can often see...

  • Go to the Rose Theatre to catch a...

    Brampton has a beautiful state-of-the-art new theatre. They've attracted a few "kind of" big named artists so far - like Chantal Kreviazuk and oooh...the Bacon Brothers (yup - Kevin Bacon and his bro :o). You can also enjoy the opera, the symphony, "broadway" shows. Stomp was there earlier this year.

  • Leave

    Go take a drive to Toronto for the day but if you don't have access to a car then take the bus and if you can't catch a bus then come on down to one of the local bars where you'll probably catch me and my boys on a hot summers night. By the Way that bar is called Magnums.


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  • Great Italian Food

    La Capannina is one of the better Italian restaurants in Brampton. It's my answer to getting a good and cheap Spaghetti Bolognese fix without having to deal with the horrible service and loud/young atmosphere at East Side Mario's. Of course, the other dishes are all great there too. The service is normally very good at La Capannina and I love how...

  • All U Can Eat Sushi!

    As far as AYCE (All You Can Eat) sushi places in the West end go, this one is not half bad. They have a pretty extensive menu that is part of the ayce experience - and they make it as you order it. They even include a can of pop as part of the ayce menu (I thought that was funny). There are some Korean items on the menu too - like kalbi, spicy...

  • Sushi and Terriyaki

    Toshi has a restaurant section and a take-out section. The take-out section is usually quite busy, but you can always call ahead and beat the line. The terriyaki take-out dinners are a really good deal - you get quite a bit of meat with stirfried veggie and rice or noodles. You can even ask for it without the rice - and they give you more veggies....


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